Wisdom of the Ages – Anthony of Padua

Wisdom of the Ages

“Actions speak louder than words.
Let your words teach and your actions speak.”
Anthony of Padua

“So speak ye, and so do,
as they that shall be judged by the law of liberty.”
James 2:12

Wisdom of the Ages – John Wright Follette

Wisdom of the Ages

John Wright Follette

“God’s first thought is not what we can do, but what we can become.
Works are subservient to what we become.”
John Wright Follette

Wisdom of the Ages – Augustine

Wisdom of the Ages

Augustine

“A Christian is: a mind through which Christ thinks, a heart through which Christ loves, a voice through which Christ speaks, and a hand through which Christ helps”
Augustine

Wisdom of the Ages – William Secker

Wisdom of the Ages

William Secker

“There is no ascertaining the quality of a tree but by its fruits. When the wheels of a clock move within, the hand on the dial will move without. When the heart of a man is sound in conversion, then the life will be fair in profession. When the conduit is walled in, how shall we judge of the spring but by the waters which run through the pipes?”
William Secker

“Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them”
Matthew 7:20

 

Wisdom of the Ages – Ichabod Spencer

Wisdom of the Ages

Ichabod Spencer

“If the truths of Christianity were seconded by the devoted and pious lives of all her professed disciples, the unbelief of the world would soon cease. Private example of godliness is what the world most needs”
– Ichabod Spencer